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Rescuers find abandoned hunting dog rotting alive in field and become determined to save her

 Dogs are innocent creatures, so once they find themselves in trouble through no fault of their own it's sad.




When members of the Diasozo Animal Rescue Team in Karditsa Greece found a dog within the countryside, she was in bad shape. Fortunately, they were ready to get her the assistance she needed.


A dog was found injured during a field





A village in Greece had called the rescue a few dog during a field, so workers hurried to the situation .


When rescuers found the dog, who they named Lydia, she was alone during a field. She was emaciated and had an outsized rotting wound on her back and needed immediate medical attention.


Lydia was carefully transported to an area clinic





Carefully lifting her, the team carried Lydia from the sector .

They had to travel slow for fear of injuring her further. The last item that the rescuers wanted to try to to was cause Lydia any longer pain.


They planned to require her directly from the sector to the vet.






Exhausted, Lydia hardly even moved because the team prepared her for the trip.


They wrapped her during a blanket and placed her during a kennel within the back of the vehicle.

Soon, she would be somewhere safe where she might be treated for her injuries.






Finally, Lydia and her rescuers were at the vet, as they carried her into the clinic. After her rescuers opened her cage, Lydia made her way gingerly out, limping round the small room.


Even injured, Lydia was filled with curiosity



Even her unfitness couldn’t stifle her curiosity as Lydia verified her new surroundings. Soon, though, it had been time for her to be examined, especially the wound on her back, which looked terrible.


Lydia was in really bad shape



As the vets examined her, Lydia was placed on an examination table.

She appeared to trust those round her as she lay quietly, allowing the team to poke and prod her injured body.



As they examined Lydia’s body, the team was ready to determine the extent of her injuries.


In addition to the massive wound on her back, she also had a smaller one on her injured leg where the bone had broken and punched through.


Lydia was treated for her injuries. Now, it had been time for her to recover. Day by day she slowly got better, until finally, she had greatly improved. While she still limped around, she did seem to possess more energy than when first found.


Soon, it had been time for Lydia to maneuver to a family 




Soon, Lydia was healthy enough to go away the clinic and begin a replacement life.


She was driven to her family where she would complete her recovery before being placed into a replacement home for more on DAR Animal Rescue, inspect the organization’s Facebook page.


Learn more about Lydia’s heartwarming rescue and recovery within the video below!

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  1. Atrocious English

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    1. Really?? That is your comment? That is what you got out of this heart wrenching video, to criticize the English??

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    2. These wonderful people help animals in need but English is not their first language. Many of these kinds of posts are for the purpose of attracting donations. Please be reasonable.

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  2. maybe you should learn multiple languages and see how you get on. I think this person did extremely well with the English, at least we could understand them, which is probably more than we can say for some so-called English people, But lets concentrate on this very sa story of a beautiful animal.

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    1. I agree strongly. As a teacher of English, I found this article admirable for its use of the language, given the certainty that the writer's native language wasn't English. And as a dog lover, I found this article to be quite moving.

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  3. The poster made it clear that his occurred in Greece. I'm sure you speak Greek as well as the poster speaks English.

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  4. I would be very tempted to say "I will pay for the treatment then when she's well she can come home with me and be my friend forever.

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